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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 25 November 1908
CRICKET. Owing t? the balloon ascension on the Western Oval to-day, the ordinary Wednesday afternoon cricket matches will hot be; resumed until. next. 'Wednes- day, December' 2nd. The only match to be plavcd on the Alma Oval will be that between !-n eleven chosen from the Sydney . police and Pellew and Moore's team. The lat ter -will do represented by:— Old, James, Storer, Dyer, ? Bcauehamp, ? F. J. Wilson, W. J.- Wilson, Brown, Re veil, Johns, and Bowdcn. .? ;. ? 'Wager' wants to know if 'Jack ^ Johnson, the colored pugilist, who is to.; box ' Tommy '? Burns at the Stadium, Sydney, on Boxing Day,js married. Yes, ? Johnson's vrife accompanied him to Aus tralia, and is now staying with her hus band at Sydney.
£80,000,000 FOR IRISH LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908
£80,000,000 FOR -IRISH LAND. In a speech lasting for an hour an a half, Mr. Augustine Birrell (Chief Secretary for Ireland) introduced, the Land Purchases Bill in tho Houso of Commons. Ho said that tho sales of land which had been so far completed totalled £25,000,000, and tho agree ments pending represented £52,000,000. tiafstnr) nf .('I/In C\l\n nflfl nniit rttvirvln+rtj I in 1902, the sum of £80,000,000 was needed. * v Amid Nationalists ch?ers Mr, Birrell announced that ho intended to re liovo tho Irish ratepayers of tho pio spoetivo losses of half a million yearly on tho issue of stocks. Ho intended to issue stock at 3 per cent., increase intending tenants' annual iuteiost oil advances, reduce tho bonus to 3 \xsr eont., iucreaso tho procont limit to' £12; 000,000, and graduate tlio bonus in order to assist the poorer landlords to sell. Mr. Birrell commented on tho Dudley Commission, and remarked that tho pos session of untenantod or grass lands must bo obtained. Thoy must decide...
A NEW FODDER PLANT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908
A NEW FODDER PLANT. J. M. U. Connor, Dairy Supervisor, of Queensland, writes :-— 'A valuablo now summoi and winter fodder plant suitable for stock of all kinds is horoby announced. It belongs to tho Jcalo family of plants, and is called Cnou Moollier. 11, giows 4 to o feet high, yielding a hea^y wealth of succulent foliago : tho stalks aro solid. and lleshy, and havo nqt tho woody or fibrous texturo oi tho ordinary cabbage. Tiio lea* os can bo stnppcd on', about tivo times during tho season, and /tlio w'holo plant can bo chaffed and fed to the animals with absolutely 116 waste. A small crop of this new 'fodder plant grown by mo proves it to bo a rapid and vigorous giowcr, highly nu tritious and eagerly bought alter by stock. It can bo sown with every con fidence after tho first autumn rains to tho end of October, and is both' frost and drought resistant, as tho crop uii der review has demonstrated. Without manure or artificial moisture- of ai'iv kind since planting, it has kept grow...
ANOTHER INDIAN MURDER PLOT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908
ANOTHER INDIAN MURDER PLOT. Another plot to murder Sir Andrew Frasor (Ijieutonant-Oovornor ot Hen gal) has been disco\crcd. Three Ben galis havo Jbeon arrested. . Tho Bengal Chamber of Commcico and other poweiful associations in. In- dia aio urging Lord Minto (Viceioy) to ci'oato a special tribunal without' a jury to try conspnators intriguing to ovor-tlirow British authority. Professor Taja Singh made a sedi tious speech to Indians at Vancouver (British. Columbia) oh Wednesday. He oaid that tho Sikhs were opening their eyes, and all India was demanding jus tice. --
DOMESTIC ECONOMY INSTRUCTRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908
DOMESTIC ECONOMY IN STRUCTRESS. On inquiry at the Technical Collego yesterday afternoon it was learned that Miss Button, instructress in domestic economy at that institution, and wlw has been indisposed for tho p:ist few days, has improved greatly, she being sufficiently recovered to leave her bed. Miss Dutton will in all probability re sume her duties in a few days' time.
CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908
CYCLINC. Major Tayior recently cabled to a sports promoter in Sydney, offering himself for a season at C1500, and stating that if not closed with he would accept 1111 oiler from a Melbourne syndicate for the sea.'-.on. A reply wns sent to Taylor stating tliit t it was extremely impro bi'.ble that any, big carnivals would be held at Sydney this season, and rcfus iiiL' hia oiler. The world's present hour cycle re cord-holder, A. 13. Wills, England, re cently said regarding his bom's record, made! in Munich:— '1 almost shudder ivlien 1 think nf my experienee in that lour. 1 was line 11 man mesmerised. ny actions being automatic. The vi bration and rapid pedalling seemed to take all the life out, of me. But the worst part of the ride was not known until 1 hud finished. Previous to start ing Hertin warned me that if 1 saw a white strip appear on the trend of his back tyre 1 was to let him know, at once, so that he could stop the engine* That white strip was tho ennvns lin ing of the. out...
IS AMALGAMATION POSSIBLE? The Position of the Mines.—Some Interesting Figures. Economies in Management UNIFICATION v. COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908
IS AMALGAMATION POSSDLE ? The Position of the lines. — Some Interesting figures. Economies in Management UNIFICATION v. COHPETITIOfJ. Whv not an amalgamation of the Broken Hill mines? If not, why not7 Why should there be so mail} aval interests in the Ttroken Hill mining 111 dustiy? i 1 The pioved mines along the line Of lode me, going from' noith to south — Xorth Junction Noith Junction: 3 Bntish ' * Block It , Propnetai v Block 10 * Central South South Blockb v Each of these mines has ,1 goneial managoi, the South has a managing di^ lettois ill W JI Woodhoad lankr. as managci of the Vutish Go, thei.e aie seveial sub-uiunagcia, and all the mines have^uiidciground munagcrs Koughly, therefore, there aie 20 managers lo con tiol and conduct the operations of thdo 10 niiries. Each mine aUo, lias a boaul of di lector , Hi W 11 Woodheud unk-i as- Hovcn ? members in Australia and three 111 London, Block 10 lias six ducctoi -- the South lias four, the North 0, Block M, seven, ,the Bnti ll, ...
RIVAL SHIFTS AT CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908
RIVAL SHIFTS AT CRICKET. ' A closo and interesting gamb of cric kot jvas played on Block 10 ground on Tuesday, bobween teams representing Suttbn's and King's shifts, it resulted in a win for the latter. Tho scores wore- : — King's, 10G ; Sutton's 91. Tho principal scorers for tho winners n-orp E. Syinons (3G), and T. Stockloy (27), and for the msers, McKay ('10), White (11), and Martin (10, not out). Tlio best bowler for tho winners was MoQuillan (fivo for 17), and for tho losers, Cdllicott (throe for 11). ?
LAW COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908
' LAW COURTS. Tho Distnct Couit will sit at Broken Hill on Satuiday no\t, District Court Judge Gibson picsidiug Only ono case is listed, and that of an unimportant nature Oji Monday tlio Quaitci Ses sions will commence, when the following causes a ro set down for trial — Samuel Paokhnm, indocc'iit assault , William Jasper Crimlisk, inflicting grievous bodily harm ; and George Yatss, fraudulent appropriation, Mr. Bevaii will prosecute for the. Crown. Tlilo following divorce cases have, been remitted from tho Divorce Court for hearing at tho District Court before ud.no Gibson : — McDonald v. McDonald, Knight v. Knight, and Delaincro v. Delamere. HT is not anticipated that any of tho cases, which aro all on tho grounds of deser tion, will be defended. A little local intorost is attached to tln- firstmon invl, owing to tho plaintifl' beiiift tJir :!iiii'.;htor of an ox-Mayor .of Broken Hill, aifd th'.1 respondent a ono-tiiiK' i-r«])rielor of Moolvvingio station. A Collection. — ]5y a pr...
THE SPORTING WORLD. TUFTS OF TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908
THE SPORTING WORLD. (B7 ' GRAND FLANEUR.:') TUFTS OF TURF. 'Jlio Gluiu-l,.; t minor, II. Ilopnood, v.lio iLcenlly K-liiincU lroiu Melbourno, npoils U1.1t lie luis sent Mont Poleo b.ick \-\ his owner's placo at Paratoo. iio nl.o stat-s that ho is taking in li.ind i!i- sU'tpludiasor Kiilslos, mid it l-.\ou old 111.110 111 Camilla, by Loch J t'uli, horn Takshini, who was raced Ijj li.m -is .1 2-year-old, but has for .the list It! months ? jju'en turned, out - at; Ginnskind. Victoria. Carl - ltoso : and 1- 110pm, who did not pay thoir way in \iiliiiu, 1110 to ba tinned out. The C'aihon hoiso lins not yet quite ,ro (,11 oiod lio;n tho accident which be-. 1-1 him 111 tho Toorak Handicap, and I'v '1111 eles of his shoulder aro still ?ti.nul. J I op .\ ood- intends to take iin ii'!: with linn, and will not put him into active wbik until 'quito recovered. Fin-pan 1. not himself, and ho will bo Kn-'i tlsn ? to lccoicr. , Lightjoy, a i-'-yai-o1'! in Hop.vood's stables, own ed' by tiio Mount Ci...
STAR BOWKETT APPROPRIATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908
STAR BOV/KETT APPHOPRIATIONS. 'Appiorna^on meetings of the I3amoi nml Xo 1n iStiui JJovvkctt Soeietic wero held m the ^lothodist Lccluio clail, JJlondo Stioct, last night,' Mi C b Banon presiding Tho following numbers:' were! drawn — Ban lei Society Xo 369 Two shaies held h\ Jli 11 lvoj-, Sulpludo Stioet, C200 iNo 15 Biokcn Hill Society No 331 M Lown (?'), A 1 gent Stieot, -C100 , Xo 330, J Moiish, Comibli Street, £100 , and No 367, M Itichaid&on, c'o S Tovvnsond, -tlOO Jfcotiugs of tho Slurt and Cenlial Socicitics v\eic also held at the Mellio dist Ljcturc nail, Mi F II Gnffitlw prceiding, when the following biibinesi was tiaiifcacted — Conlral Socict} — £100 was sold to Mi IJiichaustn at .1 silisfactoiv li^mo Stmfc Society — jSIoO was eoUI to Mi llobort Henley at a satisfactory Hguie. Tho AYilljama No 1 Stan Bowkolt Societv held its ninth annual meeting in tho Mothodist l^eetuie Hall last night, the Chan man of Directois, Mi C S Baton, piosiding The bnlanco-shoet, which sh...
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908
BOXINC. ''The non jawed Ilihan,' Joe Cumin, i.', it is leported, to meet Bill Lan» in Melbourne Giimin stood befoie 'Bob Fitzsimmons for si\ round-, and Jack Johnson ^01 the same period Ife has, UowcMi, ne\Ci been opposed to lomnn Burns The lessee of the llenungton iiuinmg giounds has decided to U\ bo\mg in the .open 'iho fust progiaiinip will be picsented on Monday, Decembei 21, when a iiomcc competition foi pme money aggregating 125 will take place The e\int is lcstncted to lads up to O.(i, who lime not won a pii/e of Co - At Benson Mines a ' lumlici eoimtn' in tlio 1101th east of ^ew \oik, Bob l''itzsimmons, foimerh eh impion of the world, went into the ting against a lighting C. nadmn 11 lined Inn Paul, and gave him ,1 tcmble beating 111 three rounds Paul w.is considered iimnciblc by Ins fi lends Pit/simmons, hap pening to bo m the locahtj, was lmit ed to tiv him out Stinting 111 ucioiib ly with lough and tumble tactics, winch ?Imvo made him fumoiis all o\ci the noitli eounti\, ...
NEWS AND NOTES. The Saving Grace of Humour. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908
NEWS AMD NOTES. The Saving Grace of Humour. In the old days, hefoiv tint Kaiser was put in his place, anyone who iiiiule. a joke at lii.s expense .used to be prosecuted for lose miijesto, and ne.nt to gaol. Kubln sjKCtoi Saw tell appeals to have inhwrit cd the I'mpui 111's mood \\ e hiul u |oke, at the, e\pi ns( ol the I ill} fiom SmIiipv, in vcsleiclaVs issue At the end of a Xote — nliuli said we hid elicited 'frjoin Mi Siwtell that tho '?pccial constables aio still licit1 — we added, 'Xow that there is disunion among tin1 .companies, thev (the constables) aie expecting instiue tioiis to foi in a hodvguaiil lo piotcct Mi JJolpiaL against the olhei mnnageib' Mi Saw^oll took this senoush , attended at this ofhcu jesteidav. atcoinpanied by a nhoilliaml wntei — possibly the fifty weie in 11 ling lnund the building to see tlijil we out not escape — and talked thunder and lightning livullnlh, when evoi we poke fun at 1111} ono 111 'Mi Savv toll's toips 111 futuio wo' shall have to add ' ...
Mr. LEE WILL HANG HIMSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908
Mr. LEE WILL HANG* HIMSELF. At the next election, if the vrorKors in his rouRtilunney have any aenso'of solidarity of interests w'ltn the workers of Broken Hill, Mr. C. A. Lee will be' — politically— dead. He in going to Iiiiiig himself. -Broken Hill mipplies the rope. . Mr. Loo is Minister for Public Works. Til that capacity lin refuses u« wutci1. Tlin fate of the. callous in tlio. Bible who refused drink to the thirsty will as suredly befall him. On 'Dueschiy, us our Sydney correspon dent's telegram showed, Mr. (iriflith, the member for Slurt, asked Mr. Lee to lot the Umljcrumberka water scheme proceed. Mr. Leo replied that it 'wan not pos sible, for many reasons. The mutter was 11 veny large, umlertuking. indeed, involving an expenditure of .C20U.(ll)(). It would, '-liownver, be ))iit throvigh n t the (.ailiest jiossinle opjiorLimit \ Biokon Hill people -hn\o been taught b,\ bittci expeiiciRO what 'caihost pos *iblo oppoitumtj' mum1! No clraiui pionuse could have been given lli.i...
DEATH OF LORD GLENESK. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908
DEATH OF LORD, GLENESK.-; [Router's Service.] LONDON, Wednesday. Tho death is announced of Lord (ilenesk. ' i I Lord Glenesk was born in 1830. Son of the editor of the ' Moining-Postj' the London daily paper which has un til now been tho organ of tho aristo cratic classes. Ho succeeded his father in tho^ editorial chair, been mo proprie tor,' was knighted as Sir Algernon Bjitlmick, and made a Peer in 1893.]
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908
-*~~ AMUSEMENTS. CRYSTAL THEATRE. CRYSTAL THEATRE. VKOIMUETOK ? llKlt'l' HAYEKS. TO-NICHT. SAYERS1 ALL STARS. TO-NICHT. Have Von Hoard Have You S-'cn LEONARD NELSON. BOVIS and DARLEY. CLIFTON WUVITlKliS, HOXIXCi KAXCIAKO.O, HlUGnTITC SMITH, C1JAS. X.ViLOR, DKM^-N Hid 'IM'1, CIS DI'NO, and HIT I' \,VI OSCOl'i: Tlio Umhlo i iikI Hm/i'st --lit-\ on (Ik liuiui DONT FORGET THE CRYSTAL THE \TRE TO-NICHT. J'nus 2, 1 (), 1 V'tlllUMIOHMn, Slngo M-wagci ^^^^ ? ^ ? __ ? ^ ? ___ ? 380 _ ~ MEETINGS. COMBINED TRADES UNIONS COMMITTEE. A SPECIAL MEETING of the abova will Ijd held at tlio TraUes Hall TO NIGHT (Thursday), November 2G, at 7.30 o'clock sharp. BUSINESS : To Discuss Result of Conference with Mining Managers' Association, and Re commend Uniformity of Action to Various Unions. FULL ATTENDANCE REQUESTED. W. D. BARNETT, Hon. Secretary. AUCTION SALES. TO-DAY at 11. At tlio Store, Cobalt Street, Railway Town. CONTINUATION OF ROWE'S SALE. BOOTS. HOOTS. HOOTS. HOOTS. HOOTS. HOOTS. 1300 JS HOOTS ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908
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